The Kyrgyz diaspora in Moscow city laid flowers to the obelisk of the city-hero of Leningrad in the Alexander Garden near the Red Square in memory of those killed in the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg, the press service of the organization reported.
In the representation of St. Petersburg in Moscow, members of the diaspora left a note in the book of condolences in connection with the tragedy in the metro of Petersburg.
«Crime has no nationality! The people of Kyrgyzstan perceive this tragedy as a personal grief. No words can express the bitterness of loss… This is a common pain and a common grief! Kyrgyzstanis mourn together with you, say decisively «NO!» to terrorism!» statement said.
Recall, April 3 in the metro of St. Petersburg on the stage «Sennaya Ploshchad» — «Technological Institute» in the train car was an explosion. According to the latest data of the Ministry of Health of Russia, 14 people died, more than 50 were injured.
The explosive device, according to the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, was activated by a native of Kyrgyzstan Akbarzhon Jalilov, born in 1995, Russian citizen.